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Canadian College

Steps to Study College & Immigrate to Canada

Your pathway to Canada

Work & study

Many colleges and universities offer co-op programs, providing you a work permit for six months. With this document you are allowed to work up to 40 hours a week off-campus. The job you get with this permit has to be approved by your college.

Post-graduate work permit (PGWP)

If you graduate from a Canadian learning institution and want to work here, you may be eligible to  apply for this permit. It allows you to work up to three years after completing your studies.

Earn points to migrate (Express Entry)

Study in a Canadian institution, improve your English and acquire Canadian working experience through your co-op placement to improve your chances to be accepted in your Express Entry application.

We’ve helped over 1000+ Students to study at Colleges, English Schools and Work & Study programs

Partner Colleges

Centennial College

Location : Toronto, Ontario
Students :
22,000 full-time; 19,000 part-time
Well-known for: engineering & programming

Centennial offers a variety of innovative degree programs. Five joint-degree programs in paramedicine, journalism, new media studies, environmental science & technology and applied microbiology are taught in conjunction with the University of Toronto Scarborough, and the Bachelor of Science Nursing program is delivered jointly with Ryerson University. Centennial was among the first colleges in Ontario to receive approval for applied-degree programs in computer and communication networking, and software systems: design, development and management.

George Brown College

Location : Toronto, Ontario
Students :
25,888 full-time and 62,840 continuing education
Well-known for: culinary & hospitality programs

George Brown offers a wide variety of programs in art and design, business, community services, early childhood education, construction and engineering technologies, health sciences, hospitality and culinary arts, preparatory studies, as well as specialized programs and services for recent immigrants and international students. The college offers 35 diploma programs, 31 advanced diploma programs as well as seven degree programs, one in conjunction with Ryerson University.

Humber College

Location : Toronto and Orangeville, Ontario
Students :
27,000 full-time; 56,000 part-time
Well-known for: business programs

Humber offers more than 150 programs including bachelor’s degree, diploma, certificate, post-graduate certificate and apprenticeship programs, across 40 fields of study.Humber also provides academic advisors and resources, such as a career finder. Most of Humber's programs contain a practical experimental component to them, such as an internship, Co-op, or field placement. Beyond this, Humber College also provides Bridging (or Bridge Training) Programs for internationally trained professionals in the fields of engineering and information technology.

Seneca College

Location : Toronto, Ontario
Students :
17,000 full-time; 90,000 part-time
Well-known for: biggest college in Canada, 5 campuses

Seneca offers more than 145 full-time programs and 135 part-time programs including 14 Bachelor's degrees and 30 graduate certificates. Many programs offer experiential learning opportunities such as co-op, placements, internships and community service options, and some include a mandatory co-op period prior to graduation. Seneca also offers career search assistance to graduating students. Seneca College programs are developed and kept current with the assistance of advisory committees made up of industry members.

St. Lawrence College

Location : Kingston, Ontario
Students :
6,700 full time, 20,000 part-time

St. Lawrence College offers more than 100 full-time programs and modern, expansive facilities on three vibrant campuses in Brockville, Cornwall, and Kingston. St. Lawrence College combines all the benefits of a world-class education with the advantages of small-city living and personal attention to detail. You’ll never be just a number here. Small class sizes mean you’ll get to really know your professors, who are professionals with industry experience. You’ll get the knowledge and training you need to be career-ready, benefiting from state-of-the-art learning facilities and a close-knit college environment.

Algonquin College

Location : Ottawa, Ontario
Students :
19,000 full-time - 37,000 part-time

Algonquin's focus is on the arts and technology and promotes a strong focus on applied theory and practical experience. There are 155 Ontario college programs, 18 apprenticeship programs, 16 co-op programs, 6 collaborative degree programs and 6 bachelor's degree programs. Some of these degrees are through direct collaborative partnerships with Carleton University and University of Ottawa.